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    Exclamation how to workout with fractured rib?

    hey guys. i recently hurt my rib skiing (fell on a handrail) and had minimal problems, but my parents made me keep playing tennis and when i served the rib cracked abit and now im in quite alot of pain when i try to workout. its hurt kinda on my back/side at the bottom of my lat. i really want to keep working out. running, abs, flyes, benching, and lat pulldowns are all definatly out of the question. im thinking of just working my arms and legs. do you think id be able to get away with that? i can always just go on a cut aswell since my bulk is almost over.

    thanks for the imput guys.
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    No.

    Go see your doctor. Fractures aren't the kind of injuries you can work around.
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    If I were an idiot I'd wonder how to work out with broken bones as well. I'll tell you what though give it a rest rib's heal and wrap your rib cage with a pressure bandage (not to tight but snug) and wear it under your clothes throughout the day. It will speed the healing process. (Btw I'm a paramedic not some other nonsense teen with dumb advice)
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    Originally Posted by greenbannana View Post
    If I were an idiot I'd wonder how to work out with broken bones as well. I'll tell you what though give it a rest rib's heal and wrap your rib cage with a pressure bandage (not to tight but snug) and wear it under your clothes throughout the day. It will speed the healing process. (Btw I'm a paramedic not some other nonsense teen with dumb advice)
    I'm seeing my doctor tomoro. Sorry if I came off dumb, I just started bodybuilding about 7 months ago and I'm finally seeing good results. Pretty choked that il have to take time off.Oh well. I'm definaly not gonna go load up a plate and a half and start benching or anything I was just wondering about some isometrics or isolation excersises for the arms. But I should definatly take your advice and just rest up. Hopeing this gets better. It's a real bitch of an injury
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    hope you feel better brah
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    Originally Posted by mfin23 View Post
    I'm seeing my doctor tomoro. Sorry if I came off dumb, I just started bodybuilding about 7 months ago and I'm finally seeing good results. Pretty choked that il have to take time off.Oh well. I'm definaly not gonna go load up a plate and a half and start benching or anything I was just wondering about some isometrics or isolation excersises for the arms. But I should definatly take your advice and just rest up. Hopeing this gets better. It's a real bitch of an injury
    I didnt mean to come off as an a-hole just letting you know though. When injured your body needs rest, no matter how bad you wanna kill it in the gym you gotta recover. So now focus on getting your diet in check and while your resting perfect a good plan and get everything in line for when you can return to the weights.
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    I had a rib broken when i got jumped a few months ago. Trying to work out with it made it 1000x worse, just let it heal.
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    I got jumped too. waited 5days, the pain was gone so I went and lifted hard. shoulders, chest, biceps.
    next thing I know I felt a stabbing pain. I went to the ER from the pain just yesterday and I found out that my third bone lower right of the rib cage is broken.
    I will tell you rest rest rest! I am fighting myself not to go to the gym as well. not easy to stop but its needed. if you workout you will have to wait longer
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